If time isn't an issue, you can send an International Bank Draft to pay an overseas recipient. This is similar to sending a cheque and is a widely accepted means of sending funds.
An International Bank Draft is a widely accepted method of sending funds through the post.
Drafts are more suitable for non-urgent payments and are available in a range of currencies.
Drafts can be stopped if lost and you need few beneficiary details to purchase and send a draft.
Sending a draft
You can order an International Bank Draft via:
You can download an International Bank Draft Application form (PDF 364kB) to complete and take to your nearest ANZ branch.
Make sure the recipient holds an account that the international bank draft can be deposited into.